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Ryobi 1000 watt Impact Drill – Monte Dwyer

Ryobi 1000 watt Impact Drill – Monte Dwyer

Ryobi 1000 watt Impact Drill – Monte Dwyer

Everyone has a drill in the shed, but if you need to drill big holes now and again, a big drill is in order.

Monte showed us the new Ryobi 1000 watt impact drill, which has all the features you’d expect, such as a 13mm keyless chuck, forward and reverse, hammer feature, variable speed, side handle and depth stop.

Monte reckons the adjustable speed trigger is the best feature, because he could set it slow to bore a 13mm hole in steel without the need for constant speed adjustment with his finger.

It easily bores large holes with a spade bit or a hole saw. In fact big hole saws, like the massive 125mm hole that Monte used, will easily kill most smaller drills.

But it’s masonry that shows a drill like this off to best advantage. The power and weight of the drill, coupled with the hammer feature, makes boring large diameter holes a breeze in brick, tile or concrete.

Monte’s tip: Although you might be tempted to remove the side handle, keep it on for the best possible control of your drill.

Ryobi tools are available at all good hardware stores.




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